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Among the many threads, whispers, and rumors surrounding the election of US President Donald Trump, one in particular has caught the attention of the media…View More Privacy, Democracy, and Cambridge Analytica: Red Herring or Weapon of Mass Manipulation?
On January 23-26, the World Economic Forum (WEF) was held in Davos, Switzerland, under the theme ‘Shared Prosperity in a Fractured World’. This annual conference…View More Globalization and Its (Dis)Contents: World Leaders at the World Economic Forum
In early December 2017, the inauguration of the first phase of expansion and modernisation of Iran’s deep-sea port of Chabahar was attended by high-ranking Afghan…View More A Tale of Two Ports: The spill-over of Indo-Pakistani rivalry beyond the Subcontinent